Project: In order to renovate and refresh the school gyms in Frankfurt a modular gym system was developed. This newly designed system was implemented for the Zentgrafen-School in Frankfurt-Seckbach.
Built as a passive building the construction grid reflects a visual rhythm, which divides the facades and the interior spaces horizontally and vertically.
The glass skin consists of satined glass surfaces held in place with our aluminum glass-fastening system. Colourful accents are achieved through depositing different coulors for each glass-fastening. The glass skin reflects playfully depending on the immediate surroundings.
A double imbricated facade system with vandal-proof countersunk screws was implemented at the Zentgrafenschule.
Standort: Wilhelmshöher Street 124 | 60389 Frankfurt am Main | Germany
Surface: 2 gym facades approx. 7168,76 sq. ft.
Architect: D‘Inka Scheible Hoffmann Architekten
Builder: City of Frankfurt am Main (D)
Installation: Kuhn + Dörr, Tauberbischofsheim
Glass safety: toughened glass 10 mm, satined
Substructure: coloured three-layer spruce slab
Product: AL Wall DS
Auszeichnung Beispielhaftes Bauen in Hessen, 2010
Vorarlberger Holzbaupreis 2015: Baukastensystem in Passivbauweise, Käthe-Kollwitz-Schule
Other schools in Frankfurt built with the Gym Modular System:
Bonifatius-School, Frankfurt-Bockenheim, 2009
Käthe-Kollwitz-School, Frankfurt-Zeilsheim, 2010
Friedrich-Fröbel-School, Frankfurt-Niederrad, 2010